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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

BB to unveil monetary policy today

| By Nasir Uddin Shah
Bangladesh Bank's Governor Fazle Kabir is scheduled to announce the new monetary policy for 2017-2018 today aiming to stimulate investments and control price hike. This monetary policy will be

E-passport project stuck in red tape

| By Shah Alam Nur
E-Passport Project, which the government had taken as an initiative one year back to make e-passports helpful in identifying local and international militants and terrorists at airports, has no

Landslides in Cox’s Bazar kill 4

| By AA Correspondent
At least four people were killed and four others injured early yesterday due to landslides triggered by incessant downpour in Lighthouse area of Sadar municipality and in Kaimmargona area

'13 children's death linked to chemicals on lychee'

| By News Desk
Excessive and improper applications of insecticides and other agriculture chemicals in local fruit orchards may have caused an outbreak of a deadly swelling of the brain, known as acute

BD-India waterways connectivity delayed

| By Saleem Samad
The much awaited waterways for transportation of cargo between Bangladesh and India is delayed for want of dredging the crucial rivers on both sides.It was mooted in a recent

Russia may be arming Taliban: CNN

| By
The Taliban in Afghanistan may have received weapons from the Russian government, CNN reports. Two videos obtained by CNN show the Taliban in possession of improved weaponry including sniper
Russia may be arming Taliban: CNN

313 narrowly escape fire on Saudia hajj flight

| By Golam Mostafa Jibon
At least 313 passengers were narrowly saved for a little bit, while a fire broke out in a Hajj flight of Saudia Airlines at Hazrat Shahzalal Airport in the

BNP conspiring to foil next election: Nasim

| By Asian Age Online
The BNP has been floating ideas about poll-time government to raise questions about the next general election, said the Awami League."The BNP and its ally Jamaat-e-Islami have failed to stop
BNP conspiring to foil next election: Nasim

Why you should avoid complimentary hotel Wi-Fi

| By Asian Age Online
Just because your hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, it doesn’t mean you have to take it. Hackers may be lurking, looking to compromise your computer, especially if you’re a high-priority target
Why you should avoid complimentary hotel Wi-Fi

​Saudi, allies add 18 more to Qatar-tied terrorist lists

| By Asian Age Online
Four Arab countries have added 18 more groups and individuals that they say are linked to Qatar to their "terrorist" lists, Saudi state news
​Saudi, allies add 18 more to Qatar-tied terrorist lists

Help boost revenue collection, Muhith asks DCs

| By Asian Age Online
Finance Minister AMA Muhith on Tuesday asked the Deputy Commissioners (DCs) to strengthen their efforts to boost the revenue collection. "If the revenue collection is increased, service will be enhanced. Or
Help boost revenue collection, Muhith asks DCs

Siddiqur to be flown to Chennai Thursday

| By Asian Age Online
Government Titumir College student M Siddiqur Rahman who suffered serious eye injuries during a police action at
Siddiqur to be flown to Chennai Thursday

Start dialogue or face movement: BNP

| By Asian Age Online
The BNP has threatened to launch a movement if the government does not start a dialogue to make sure the next election is "participatory".“We prefer to sit for talks over
Start dialogue or face movement: BNP

Trump savages 'weak' attorney general

| By Asian Age Online
President Donald Trump has launched yet another attack on US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, labelling him "weak".
Trump savages 'weak' attorney general

Man in India shot dead to avenge 23-year-old murder

| By Asian Age Online
To avenge the murder of their father 23 years ago, two brothers allegedly shot dead a property dealer who was accused in that crime, police said on Tuesday.Police said the
Man in India shot dead to avenge 23-year-old murder

Indian raped, murdered for having relationship with Arab

| By Asian Age Online
An Indian Muslim teenager was kidnapped, raped and murdered here for having a relationship with an Arab man, a UK court was told.According to the Evening Standard daily, Celine Dookhran,
Indian raped, murdered for having relationship with Arab

'Muggers' held from car with police banner

| By Asian Age Online
Two suspected muggers, who were riding a car with a police banner, have been arrested following a gun
 'Muggers' held from  car with police banner

Israel removes holy site metal detectors

| By Asian Age Online
Israel has removed metal detectors from outside a holy site in East Jerusalem after uproar from Palestinians over their recent introduction.
Israel removes holy site metal detectors

4 N’ganj factories fined for polluting environment

| By Asian Age Online
The Department of Environment (DoE) on Tuesday fined four factories Tk 61.86 lakh for polluting the environment in Narayanganj.As part of its drive against environmental pollution, the DoE Director (Monitoring
4 N’ganj factories fined for polluting environment

45 illegal structures evicted from ‘300 feet’ road

| By Asian Age Online
Rajdhani Unnayan Kartipakhha (Rajuk) in a drive on Tuesday evicted some 45 illegal establishments from both sides of '300 feet' roads from Kuril Flyover to Balu River.A mobile court, led
45 illegal structures evicted from ‘300 feet’ road

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